H-1B1 Visa

H-1B1 Visa

For Non-Immigrant Workers from Singapore & Chile.

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The United States-Singapore Free Trade Agreement and the United States-Chile Free Trade Agreement, both of which went into force on January 1, 2004, produced a new non-immigrant work visa for Singaporeans and Chileans: the H1B1. As main candidates, only Singaporean and Chilean residents are eligible. Chileans have access to 1,400 H1B1 visas, whereas Singaporeans have access to 5,400.

What is a H1B1 Visa?

What is a H1B1 Visa?

The H1B1 visa is similar to the H-1B visa in that it permits qualified professionals to reside and work in the United States for a limited period of time. The aim of the foreign citizen to visit the United States is the key distinction between the two sorts of visas. The H-1B visa category allows for “dual purpose” immigration, in which a foreign citizen comes to work in a professional capacity while simultaneously seeking to move to the United States.

Applying For A H1B1 Visa

Applying For A H1B1 Visa

Unlike the H-1B visa, there is no necessity for the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services to approve a Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker. By submitting the appropriate nonimmigrant visa application, a detailed employment offer letter, a Labor Condition Application (LCA) certified by the Department of Labor, and the relevant supporting documents, the candidate can apply for an H1B1 visa directly at the US Consulate in his or her home country.

Employers may find it advantageous to consider submitting H1B1 applications for suitable individuals due to the restricted supply of H-1B visas. The filing of H1B1 visa applications does not restrict Chilean and Singaporean individuals from filing standard H-1B visa petitions.

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